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The Belt and Road initiative - potentially involving an area equal to 55 percent of the global GDP, 70 percent of the global population and 75 percent of known energy reserves – is reshaping global supply chains.

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28 Apr 2017
"Port Klang will be the big loser as a result of the alliance shifts.”
25 Apr 2017
Authorities on Tuesday removed the height restriction on certain ships going under the Bayonne Bridge in the Port of New York and New Jersey.
19 Apr 2017
Competition among ports in the region is heating up.
18 Apr 2017
The largest cranes at the ports of Kobe and Osaka can now serve ships with 22 rows and 18 rows of containers, respectively.
11 Apr 2017
“I’m trying to think of a greenfield project right now that someone is actually building or financing, and I can’t think of one.”
10 Apr 2017
Repurposing port properties for anciliary services helps Oakland to curb congestion.
31 Mar 2017
“Our goal is to take cargo away from other gateways like LA-Long Beach and New York.”
27 Mar 2017
“We should expect a general development wherein networks will gradually migrate toward designs with fewer but larger hubs.”
27 Mar 2017
The successful bidder will be obliged to invest 180 million euros in the port over seven years.
22 Mar 2017
Beyond the headline numbers of multi-billion-dollar investments, Belt and Road is an opaque concept.